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Overview

These highly personalised riding safaris include incredible game-sightings and some lovely, long canters, in addition to spectacular hospitality. Years of experience and training enable the horses to remain calm in front of big game to ensure close but safe viewings of all of the Big Five, as well …

Highlights

  • View the 'Big Five' up close from horseback
  • Ride some of the best-schooled horses in Africa
  • Swim in the infinity pool at XiDulu whilst watching ele
  • Sleep out in the bush one night and dine by the fire
  • Enjoy long canters on the sandy tracks

Essential Facts

  • 3 itineraries available
  • Max 7 riders per group
  • Average of 4 - 5 hours riding per day
  • Weight limit: 95 kgs / 15 stone / 210 lbs

Description

These highly personalised riding safaris include incredible game-sightings and some lovely, long canters, in addition to spectacular hospitality. Years of experience and training enable the horses to remain calm in front of big game to ensure close but safe viewings of all of the Big Five, as well as numerous plains game, birds and reptiles. The riding is sporty and fun and the horses are beautifully schooled making them responsive and interesting mounts for accomplished riders.

You ride in the 30,000 hectare Karongwe and Makalali game reserves, home to all of the Big Five. These riding safaris are mobile so you can cover greater distances. On the main Big Five Safari programme you stay in Wait A Little's main camp, in beautiful tents on wooden platforms built alongside the river, before spending a night sleeping out under the stars. You then move on to a private lodge where only the owners and Wait A Little's guests are able to stay before returning to main camp at the end of your adventure. XiDulu is a most incredible place to stay with a pool overlooking the water hole which is regularly visited by all kinds of wildlife. If you book the Big Five Ride and Dine then you will experience both the main camp and XiDulu, plus Clive's Camp which has an amazing kitchen.

Wait A Little is run by Philip and Gerti Kusseler. Gerti's talent for schooling and training the horses coupled with Philip's skill and experience of guiding make these "must do" safaris for competent riders. You are likely to be guided by Philip or Ray when on the rides and in either case you will be in knowledgeable, experienced hands. Riding groups are kept small with a maximum of 7 riders to ensure an exclusive and personal safari. A volunteer staff member acts as back-up guide, riding at the rear of the group.

Both Cathy and Holly from Far and Ride have been lucky enough to ride here and will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

Horses & Riding

Tack

Bates Caprilli dressage saddles are used on all of the horses - there are seat savers available if required. Most horses wear leather snaffle bridles.

Horses

South African Boerperd, Thoroughbred, Warmbloods and Friesian crosses.
There are approximately 40 horses available although some will be youngsters and others may be resting. Gerti and her team takes great care to school the horses in dressage and over small jumps, both in the arena and out in the bush to ensure that they are fit and nice to ride. The horses are generally ridden by staff/back-up guides for quite some time before being used by guests to ensure they are steady in front of the wildlife and a pleasure to ride.

Riding

There are 3 itineraries:

  • Big Five Safari is a trail ride
  • Big Five Camp Safari is a based ride
  • Big Five Ride & Dine Safari is a trail ride

Ages

Children over the age of 12 years are accepted provided they are competent riders. There is a 20% discount for children aged 12 - 16 years.

Health

You need to be fit for long hours in the saddle in the African sun. It is likely that your doctor will recommend anti-malarial medication for this area, which is close to Kruger national park.

Weight

95 kgs / 15 stone / 210 lbs

Food & Accommodation

Food

All meals and drinks are provided. Breakfast is usually light as you set off early in the morning. Lunch includes lots of fresh salads, home made bread and meat/fish. Dinner is generous and a mixture of international cuisines. Fresh fish, venison, pasta and plenty of vegetables. There will be some braai (BBQ's) over the open fire.
Vegetarians can be catered for with advance notice.

Accommodation

At Wait A Little main camp there are three large, spacious tents built on wooden platforms on the banks of the Makothswe river. Each tent has it's own private bathroom with flushing toilet, bath and shower. Two of the tents have a king size bed plus a single bed, whereas the third tent has just a king size bed. There is also a thatched rondavel in the garden which can accommodate a single rider. A fourth large tent is in the process of being built so that all guests can overlook the river. There is a communal eating area overlooking the river, plus a comfortable seating area and a swimming pool.

At Xidulu, you stay in a private lodge with five rooms, each of which is different. The lodge overlooks a hippo pool. There is a viewing platform and an infinity pool as well as communal seating areas. All but one of the rooms has a bath as well as both indoor and outdoor showers.

One night is spent sleeping out at Beacon rock - the highest point of the reserve. Here you sleep under the stars and enjoy a typical South African braai (BBQ) around the open fire.

Itineraries

Big Five Safari Luxury accommodation.

Big Five Camp Safari Tented / Luxury accommodation.

Big Five Ride & Dine Safari Luxury accommodation.

Other Activities

Some game drives/sundowner trips will be offered.
Non-riders cannot be accommodated.

Travel

Flights to Hoedspruit are via Johannesburg International airport. We recommend flying South African Airways as you can get both your international and internal flight on the same ticket, which protects you in the event of delays.

Alternatively there are many airlines which fly internationally to Johannesburg either direct or via a hub city. You then need to book either the South African Airways Airlink flight or the CemAir flight to Hoedspruit.

Alternatively you can arrive/depart from Phalabowra airport, which is a little further away from the stables.

Transfers from both airports are additional cost (see itineraries for prices).

We recommend booking the latest arriving and departing Hoedspruit flights - these flights are better for both your safari hosts and your connecting flights. Please ask if you need advice.

Testimonials

Jayshea, Feb. 13, 2020

The holiday was a trip of a lifetime for me, it exceeded my expectations of accommodation and riding with the animals and being up close to the big game.


Tilly K., Oct. 3, 2018

Wait A Little is an amazing destination with beautifully schooled horses, excellent game viewing and fantastic hosting. The dressage saddles were super comfortable as well. Favourite memory? The amazing rhino viewing, especially the young rhinos having a play on our ride back from Xidulu. Accommodation and Food? Very happy - beds were super comfortable and now desperately trying to get rid of weight gained due to delicious food!


Wendy M., Oct. 3, 2018

Having been on many riding holidays in Africa I have to rate this one as one of the best. Fantastic horses, amazing viewings of wildlife from horseback and the accommodation and food were all excellent. Brilliant to be on a "hosted" trip with a member of Far & Ride too. Favourite memory? So many it's hard to pick one, but probably the five rhino's we bumped into who just carried on playing and totally ignored our presence. Clare the horse manager is fantastic and looks after these horses so well. The tack is immaculate. Horses are all in amazing condition and very well-schooled. They had a great variety of horses that I would find it hard to imagine someone not finding a horse that suited them.


Ingrid T., Sept. 27, 2018

This was absolutely the holiday of a lifetime for me - my expectations were absolutely blown out of the water and it was more than I ever imagined it would be. The location, people, horses and riding were all amazing. It is difficult to pick just one but my favourite memory from the holiday would be the first encounter that we had with rhinos - we came across a mother and calf and the calf came right up to Philip's horse and sniffed his nose - so curious and gentle. It was my first ever rhino sighting and one that will stay with me forever.


Pippa & Samuel O. (Honeymoon), Nov. 30, 2017

Really professional, well organised and good fun. Horses were fantastic, turned out to very high standard. Rides were very exciting, a range of long bush walks and canters. Guides very experienced and always kept us safe. Got incredibly close to Rhinos and elephants... Really truly breathtaking, loved every minute. Horses were excellent. In fantastic condition and turned out to very high standard. Tack always clean, very professional service. (Guides?) Brilliant. Really knowledgeable. Loved asking them questions. Loved tracking Rhinos with Philip. The car drives with Patson was great as well - nice mix of riding and drives. (Favourite memory?) Seeing two sleeping Rhinos very close on horseback. Tracking and being surrounded by a herd of elephants! Very exciting. Seeing a leopard eat a crocodile at the watering hole! Also loved sleeping outside for a night by the campfire with the horses surrounding us.


Wendy & David H., Nov. 23, 2017

Excellent holiday - good combination of riding, game viewing, hospitality and companionship. Very happy (with accommodation) high standard of both food and accommodation. Staff very welcoming and cheerful and couldn't do enough to help. Horses extremely well schooled and always well turned out. The best tack I've ever seen. (the guides) very knowledgeable and sociable. Very competent at managing the ride and any game encounters; some very close encounters with dangerous animals but always felt safe.


Itinerary & Pricing

Day 1 - Hoedspruit - Wait A Little camp

Riding: 1 - 2 hours

On arrival at Hoedspruit (or Phalabowra) airport, you will be met and transferred to Wait A Little in time for afternoon tea and sandwiches. You will be shown to your tent and introduced to all of your team before a safety briefing and your first ride.

The orientation ride introduces you to the area around camp and allows you the chance to relax and unwind after your long flight. You will become accustomed to the horses and riding style whilst perhaps spotting your first zebra or giraffe. Sundowners whilst watching the Drakensburg mountains on the horizon are followed by a three course dinner.

Your first night in the African bush is probably the most exciting as the sounds of the bush echo around you.

Day 2 - Karongwe reserve

Riding: 6 hours

You will be woken early with tea or coffee in your tent. After a light breakfast you set out on your first full morning ride. Your guide will study the ground for evidence of whatever passed by the night before and you will set off tracking game to discover what can be found.

Return to camp for lunch and a siesta through the heat of the day. After tea/coffee you set off on a shorter afternoon ride, ending at a sundowner spot where you can watch a colourful African sunset.

Day 3 - Karongwe reserve

Riding: 4 hours

Another long morning ride through the Karongwe reserve searching for game. You may try a different horse today as you set off in a different direction to explore the river beds and bush.

During your lunchtime siesta you may wish to have a relaxing massage - this is available at extra cost.

In the afternoon your guide will drive you over to the buffalo project in the furthest northern corner of the reserve. Driving along the Makuthswe river you will hopefully find the buffalo in a beautiful spot where you can have sundowners. Return to camp in the dark using the spotlight to seek out nocturnal species.

Day 4 - Wait A Little - Beacon Rock

Riding: 6 hours

Another fantastic morning of riding through the reserve, perhaps finding the elephant splashing through the river, or the lion relaxing on the sands.

After lunch you pack your bags to head off on your adventure. Your luggage is transferred by vehicle so you can enjoy the ride to Beacon rock. The gently undulating roads lend themselves to long canters as you pass between the twin rock formations of Lion and Leopard Hill. At Beacon rock you can scramble to the summit for a view over the entire lowveld escarpment and the whole reserve, watching the sun set behind the Drakensburg escarpment. Spend the night around the campfire and surrounded by your horses. A traditional braai (BBQ) is cooked over the fire with baked potatoes and salads before settling down to sleep under the stars.

Day 5 - Beacon Rock - XiDulu

Riding: 5 - 6 hours

Wake to the rich colours of the sunrise and set off on your longest ride. You cross from Karongwe reserve into Makalali reserve which is dominated by large, open plains where you may find yourself cantering alongside zebra or giraffe.

You arrive at XiDulu in time for lunch. Built on the edge of a dam with a resident pod of hippo, you can view the game from your room, the purpose built viewing deck or the infinity pool. Elephants often visit the dam to cool off during the midday sun, whilst lion or hyena are often heard around the lodge at night.

In the afternoon you will be taken on a game drive, specifically to search out the big cats. Your guide will track the footprints and signs left by the cats earlier in the day and, if you are lucky, he will find them for you. After watching the sun set with a drink in your hand, you continue your game drive with the spot light in the hope of spotting bushbabies in the trees or perhaps even a leopard.

Day 6 - Makalali reserve

Riding: 4 - 6 hours

Today's ride is a thrilling one as you head off exploring Makalali, cutting through the veldt at a canter, twisting and turning around the trees. "Bushwhacking" is as much fun for your horse as it is for you! You may come across branches or trees felled by elephant which invite you to jump, or startle a kudu which runs in front of you, showing you the path.

In the afternoon you can choose to take another shorter ride through the reserve, or another game drive with your experienced guide.

Day 7 - XiDulu - Wait A Little

Riding: 6 hours

This morning you say goodbye to XiDulu and head back to Wait A Little. There are opportunities for long canters, and perhaps even a gallop on the sandy tracks as you know your horse very well by now. You will be good at spotting the wildlife by now too and will recognize many of the antelope species.

You'll be back at Wait A Little in time for lunch and another siesta. The afternoon ride and sundowner on the open plains will be sad, but beautiful as you watch the African sun set for the final time. The farewell dinner is usually something special, such as kudu or eland fillets with a sherry sauce.

Day 8 - Wait A Little - Hoedspruit

Riding: 1 - 2 hours

An early wake-up call to ensure there is time for a quick and sporty final ride around the reserve. Brunch will be served on return to camp before being transferred to the airport.

Accommodation

4 nights at Wait a Little camp, 1 night camping out at Beacon Rock & 2 nights at luxurious XiDulu lodge.

Experience Experienced

You need to be a fit, capable and confident rider. This is a ride for experienced riders only as the pace can be fast and you are riding with potentially dangerous game. You need to be secure in the saddle and able to ride in light seat and jump small obstacles.

Minimum group size 2
Maximum group size 7
Departure windows

April 24, 2021 - May 1, 2021

May 22, 2021 - May 29, 2021

June 5, 2021 - June 12, 2021

June 12, 2021 - June 19, 2021

June 19, 2021 - June 26, 2021

July 3, 2021 - July 10, 2021

July 10, 2021 - July 17, 2021

July 17, 2021 - July 24, 2021

July 24, 2021 - July 31, 2021

Aug. 14, 2021 - Aug. 21, 2021

Aug. 21, 2021 - Aug. 28, 2021

Aug. 28, 2021 - Sept. 4, 2021

Sept. 4, 2021 - Sept. 11, 2021

Sept. 18, 2021 - Sept. 25, 2021

Sept. 25, 2021 - Oct. 2, 2021

Oct. 2, 2021 - Oct. 9, 2020

Oct. 9, 2021 - Oct. 16, 2021

Oct. 16, 2021 - Oct. 23, 2021

Nov. 20, 2021 - Nov. 27, 2021

Dec. 4, 2021 - Dec. 11, 2021

Dec. 11, 2021 - Dec. 18, 2021

Dec. 26, 2021 - Jan. 2, 2022

Jan. 2, 2022 - Jan. 9, 2022

Pricing

2021
Per person, sharing
£3290 $4575 €3855
Included 7 nights accommodation in shared rooms, all meals and drinks, 6 days riding, as well as a short ride on both arrival and departure days (time allowing) and other safari activities as detailed in the programme.
Not included Flights, transfers, travel insurance, tips & other personal expenses.

Extras

2021 - Hoedspruit Airport Transfer £40 $56 €47
Paid to Far and Ride
Transfer from Hoedspruit airport, each way (min 2)
2021 - Phalabowra Airport Transfer £60 $83 €70
Paid to Far and Ride
Transfer from Phalabowra airport, each way (min 2)
2021 - Single Supplement 50.0%
Paid to Far and Ride
There is no single supplement if you are willing to share a tent with another guest. The first single to book will be allocated single accommodation without supplement, but other singles will have to either share or pay a 50% single supplement to guarantee their own room.
Note: All programmes and itineraries are weather dependent; in the face of adverse, or unexpected, weather conditions reasonable attempts will be made to provide equivalent riding. All programmes are accurate at the time of writing. However, the team may adapt or modify details, whilst aiming to provide a similar experience.

Day 1

Riding: 1 - 2 hours

You will be transferred from the airport to camp in time for sandwiches and afternoon tea/coffee. The Wait A Little team, including Philip and Gerti, are there to welcome you and will introduce you to the safety procedures before going on your first ride.

This orientation ride takes you through the area surrounding the camp as you unwind from your journey and forget yourself in the peace of the African bush. This is your chance to become accustomed to the horses and riding style. You might even see your first giraffes or zebras or whatever else is in the vicinity. Sundowners, looking out towards the Drakensberg Mountains, are a perfect prelude to the generous 3 course dinner, accompanied by hand-picked South African wines, which awaits you in the dining area. This first night, with all its fantastic sounds and noises, is probably the most exciting one.

Day 2

Riding: 5 - 6 hours

You're awoken with tea or coffee in your tent in the morning. After a light, continental breakfast you are ready to mount your horses and go on safari. The weather and game movements will determine your day, but usually you ride for 3-4 hours in the morning and approximately 2 hours in the afternoon.

After returning from the morning ride, a big lunch awaits you with homemade quiches, pizzas or pancakes, freshly homemade bread, different types of salads and greens, meats and cheeses.

After lunch the hardest time of the day has arrived, siesta. You can spend your well deserved rest in your room or at the swimming pool or maybe you would like to improve your knowledge about Africa by reading one of the books provided in the library. You can also simply sit and watch the wildlife pass by.

Afternoon tea and coffee are on offer before the the afternoon ride which ends at a beautiful sundowner spot where, drink in hand, you can enjoy an often colourful sunset!

Day 3

Riding: 5 - 6 hours

Another exciting day awaits you. The morning is similar to the one on day 2, but today you go on an exciting drive to the buffalo project in the afternoon. Your guide will take you to the furthest northern corner of the reserve, all along the Makuthswe River to hopefully find these beautiful beasts. Here you enjoy your sundowner followed by a night drive back to camp.

Day 4

Riding: 5 - 6 hours

Another beautiful morning ride followed by Ana’s famous brunch. In the afternoon pack your bags to leave for sleep-out camp. The luggage will be brought by vehicle, whilst you set off on horseback. Riding south, you will pass between the twin rock formations of Lion and Leopard Hill with baited breath. The gently undulating roads in this area lend themselves to long easy canters. Giraffe, zebras or wildebeest may pick up the pace and run by your side, elegantly manoeuvering through the veldt.

Beacon Rock, your fly camp, is situated at a giant rock formation from where you can overlook the whole Lowveld escarpment. A quick scramble up to the top rewards you with a spectacular panorama over the whole reserve and the perfect vantage point to witness a blood red sun fall behind the looming Drakensberg Escarpment.

Under the stars around a campfire and surrounded by your horses, you spend the night listening to the call of the hyenas or jackals, which might visit in the night. Steaks or chops, cooked over the open fire with baked potatoes and salads are the perfect fayre to help you into a deep sleep tonight.

Day 5

Riding: 5 - 6 hours

Waking to the rich colors of the sunrise the fire is revived for coffee and breakfast before embarking on your ride. Today you are heading South to the Karongwe river where the hyenas often have their den. It’ll be a long ride back to Wait A Little main camp, where yet another of Anna’s wonderful lunches awaits.

Over lunchtime you are welcome to have a relaxing massage by the therapist. There is a well prepared massage room where everything is there for your comfort. Today is also the chance to shop for some branded souvenirs - from fleeces, fleecy jackets and sweatshirts to shirts, T-shirts, golf tops, hats and beanies to bath utensils there is a beautiful and fashionable selection of safari outfits available.

The last sundowner on Wait A Little's open plain will be sad, but beautiful, impressive and absolutely unique. The African fever might have caught you as well and the goodbye can be hard. For your farewell dinner Gerti chooses something special - perhaps game fillets like kudu or eland served on pasta with sherry sauce.

Day 6

Riding: 1 - 2 hours

An early wake up will get you on the horses quickly, so you can enjoy a short, sporty ride before the transfer service takes you back to the airport.

Accommodation

Four nights Wait A Little and one night Beacon Rock (sleep-out camp).

Experience Experienced

You need to be a fit, capable and confident rider. This is a ride for experienced riders only as the pace can be fast and you are riding with potentially dangerous game. You need to be secure in the saddle and able to ride in light seat and jump small obstacles.

Minimum group size 2
Maximum group size 7
Departure windows

Jan. 2, 2021 - Jan. 9, 2021  (Other dates can be scheduled on request, starting or ending on a Saturday)

Pricing

2021
Per person, sharing
£2250 $3130 €2635
Included 5 nights accommodation in shared rooms, all meals and drinks, 4.5 days of riding and other safari activities as mentioned.
Not included Flights, transfers, travel insurance, tips & other personal expenses.

Extras

2021 - Hoedspruit Airport Transfer £40 $56 €47
Paid to Far and Ride
Transfer from Hoedspruit airport, each way (min 2)
2021 - Phalabowra Airport Transfer £60 $83 €70
Paid to Far and Ride
Transfer from Phalabowra airport, each way (min 2)
2021 - Single Supplement 50.0%
Paid to Far and Ride
There is no single supplement if you are willing to share a tent with another guest. The first single to book will be allocated single accommodation without supplement, but other singles will have to either share or pay a 50% single supplement to guarantee their own room.
Note: All programmes and itineraries are weather dependent; in the face of adverse, or unexpected, weather conditions reasonable attempts will be made to provide equivalent riding. All programmes are accurate at the time of writing. However, the team may adapt or modify details, whilst aiming to provide a similar experience.

Day 1 - Arrival - Wait A Little camp

Riding: 1 - 2 hours

On arrival at Hoedspruit (or Phalabowra) airport, you will be met and transferred to Wait A Little in time for afternoon tea and sandwiches. You will be shown to your tent and introduced to all of your team before a safety briefing and your first ride.

The orientation ride introduces you to the area around camp and allows you the chance to relax and unwind after your long flight. You will become accustomed to the horses and riding style whilst perhaps spotting your first zebra or giraffe. Sundowners whilst watching the Drakensburg mountains on the horizon are followed by a three course dinner.

Your first night in the African bush is probably the most exciting as the sounds of the bush echo around you.

Day 2 - Wait A Little camp

Riding: 6 hours

You will be woken early with tea or coffee in your tent. After a light breakfast you set out on your first full morning ride. Your guide will study the ground for evidence of whatever passed by the night before and you will set off tracking game to discover what can be found.

Return to camp for lunch and a siesta through the heat of the day. After tea/coffee you set off on a shorter afternoon ride, ending at a sundowner spot where you can watch a colourful African sunset.

Day 3 - Wait A Little camp

Riding: 4 - 6 hours

Another long morning ride through the Karongwe reserve searching for game. You may try a different horse today as you set off in a different direction to explore the river beds and bush. Lunch back at camp and then a shorter afternoon ride or game drive with sundowners.

Day 4 - Wait A Little - Clive's Camp

Riding: 4 - 6 hours

Today you ride to Clive's camp on the Greater Makalali game reserve. This glamorous, modern camp has a large, open kitchen where you can watch your great chef, Robin, prepare special meals. Robin has learnt from the best- Kiltzer's Kitchen in Knysna and is a passionate chef. He and his wife Claudia are your hosts both here and at the next camp, XiDulu. They will organise amazing meals, bush brunches and seated dinners as well as bush dinners with open fires. Specially selected wines and cocktails will accompany your culinary highlights.

Day 5 - Clive's camp

Riding: 4 - 6 hours

Morning and afternoon rides to explore the Makalali reserve - or you may opt to take an afternoon game drive/walk instead.

Clive's Camp is situated in a huge open area with a waterhole where big herds of zebra, giraffe and wildebeest come to drink - hyena are also often seen here.

Days 6 to 7 - Clive's camp - XiDulu

Riding: 4 - 6 hours

Today you ride onto XiDulu where again Robin and Claudia will host and cook for you for two more nights.

Each day you will have long rides in the morning, followed by either a game drive/walk or ride in the afternoon. At XiDulu you are next to a dam with resident hippo and crocodile - all sorts of animals come to drink, including elephant.

Day 7 - XiDulu - Wait A Little camp

Riding: 4 - 6 hours

A long morning ride back to Wait A Little camp, arriving in time for lunch.

This afternoon you may try a different horse again so the one you've partnered for the last few days can rest.

Wait A Little camp is situated next to a river where you can see kudu, nyala, buffalo, waterbuck and other riverine species.

Day 8 - Wait A Little camp

Riding: 4 - 6 hours

A final full day to explore the Karongwe reserve, with a long morning ride followed by an afternoon game drive/walk or ride.

*Please note that the order of camps may change, subject to availability

Day 9 - Departure

Riding: 1 - 2 hours

An early wake-up call to ensure there is time for a quick and sporty final ride around the reserve. Brunch will be served on return to camp before being transferred to the airport.

Accommodation

5 nights at Wait A Little camp, 2 nights at Clive's Camp and 2 nights at XiDulu.

XiDulu and Clive's Camp are top class, private camps which are exclusively used tforWait A Little guests - you are accommodated in chalets.

Experience Experienced

You need to be a fit, capable and confident rider. This is a ride for experienced riders only as the pace can be fast and you are riding with potentially dangerous game. You need to be secure in the saddle and able to ride in light seat and jump small obstacles.

Minimum group size 4
Maximum group size 7
Departure windows

April 15, 2021 - April 24, 2021

May 13, 2021 - May 22, 2021

Aug. 5, 2021 - Aug. 14, 2021

Oct. 28, 2021 - Nov. 6, 2021

Nov. 27, 2021 - Dec. 6, 2021

Pricing

2021
Per person, sharing
£4140 $5755 €4850
Included 9 nights accommodation in shared rooms, all meals and drinks, 8.5 days of riding and other safari activities as detailed in the programme.
Not included Flights, transfers, travel insurance, tips & other personal expenses.

Extras

2021 - Hoedspruit Airport Transfer £40 $56 €47
Paid to Far and Ride
Transfer from Hoedspruit airport, each way (min 2)
2021 - Phalabowra Airport Transfer £60 $83 €70
Paid to Far and Ride
Transfer from Phalabowra airport, each way (min 2)
2021 - Single Supplement 50.0%
Paid to Far and Ride
There is no single supplement if you are willing to share a tent with another guest. The first single to book will be allocated single accommodation without supplement, but other singles will have to either share or pay a 50% single supplement to guarantee their own room.
Note: All programmes and itineraries are weather dependent; in the face of adverse, or unexpected, weather conditions reasonable attempts will be made to provide equivalent riding. All programmes are accurate at the time of writing. However, the team may adapt or modify details, whilst aiming to provide a similar experience.